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Peli introduces pioneering torch

Posted 12 June 2018 · Add Comment

Peli Products today introduced the pioneering torch Peli 3345Z0 as the first safety light with dual beam and automatic light sensor, that automatically adjusts brightness to its surroundings.

 

This intelligent, innovative torch is certified to ATEX Zone 0 (Cat. 1) so it is ideal for working in hazardous areas.

“The new Peli 3345Z0 torch is like a self-driving light,” said Piero Marigo, Peli Products EMEA Managing Director. “The automatic light sensor measures the ambient light and automatically adjusts the brightness so up close offers a low level but it will instantly adjust to full brightness when focusing at hundreds of metres away.”

At the forefront of innovation in the lighting industry, the premium LED light 3345Z0 incorporates dual beams: spot & flood. It delivers up to 267 lumens with both beams, 115 lumens in flood mode, and 207 lumens in spot mode – allowing the user maximum versatility.

The dual beams provide the ability to illuminate a pathway and at a distance simultaneously, or could be used for reading instructions while needing to illuminate a working area. It’s capability to change the light output automatically regulates power as needed which stretches run time to its ultimate potential, making it one of the most energy efficient torches.

The Peli 3345Z0 has a full-time battery level indicator integrated into the switch and has IPX7 ingress protection, allowing it to be used in the most inclement weather conditions. This versatile light can be used as hand-held or as a hands-free torch by attaching it to a safety vest and switch to flood beam mode to illuminate the work area.

 

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